How does it work?

Experience the future of surgical innovation as we introduce 3D-printed PEEK implants. This groundbreaking, in-house developed technology promises a new era of personalized and efficient medicine at the University Hospital Basel.

In August 2023, history was made when a patient received our 3D-printed PEEK implant, manufactured right here at University Hospital Basel. This success is the result of years of research and development by our experts."

Learn more about our patient's journey and our innovative process:

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Imagine having a 3D map for your osteotomies that is customized for each patient. Our cutting templates are designed to optimize fibula reconstructions, craniotomies and other common procedures that require precise cuts through hard tissue. They provide the surgeon with a roadmap to ensure implants and medical devices are placed with pinpoint accuracy.

From digital to reality: Our process seamlessly integrates the acquisition of CT or MRI image data with virtual planning. By integrating this data, we can accurately outline the future shape of the planned incisions and design a device that emphasizes these boundaries, taking into account the patient's unique anatomy. Once designed, we can bring these incision guides to life using a 3D printing process called vat polymerization. In this process, a high-precision laser hardens liquid resin layer by layer to create intricate and accurate 3D models. The resins used in this process are biocompatible, which ensures optimal patient safety.

Are you ready to discover the potential of Surgical Guides? Contact us for advice, inquiries or to experience a demonstration of this surgical revolution.